Obit: Parge, Alma (1904 – 1965)
Surnames: Parge, Weyne, Wilcox, Remus, Mantik, Bungert, Horacek, Kralcik, Krueger, Mantik
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 Sep 1965
Parge, Alma (27 AUG 1904 – 26 SEP 1965)
Mrs. Otto Parge, 61, route 2, Athens, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Marshfield, early Sunday morning, September 26, 1965, after the car she was driving had crashed head-on into a car being driven by Edward J. Weyne, 23, route 2, Withee.
She was a resident of the town of Johnson in the Milan area.
The collision took place shortly after midnight Sunday morning, about two miles east of Abbotsford on highway 29.
Marathon County police stated that Mrs. Parge was traveling east and Weyne was headed west, when Mrs. Parge drove over to the left side of the road, when the crash occurred. The cars rested on the north shoulder of the road following the impact.
Mrs. Parge suffered a fractured left arm and internal injuries, which proved fatal. She was taken to the hospital by an Abbotsford ambulance, where she was pronounced dead.
Weyne sustained only minor cuts and scratches. Both cars were total wrecks.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Polnaszek Funeral Home, Abbotsford, with Rev. Elzo Wilcox officiating. Vocal music was provided by Mrs. Albert Remus, with Mrs. Rueben Mantik as organist.
The pallbearers for the interment, which was made in the Holton Cemetery, were Harry Bungert, Peter Horacek, John Kralcik, Melvin Krueger, Fred Mantik and Rueben Mantik.
The former Alma Radetzky was born in the town of Holton August 27, 1904. Her marriage to Otto Parge took place at Abbotsford May 29, 1928. The couple farmed in the town of Johnson.
She is survived by her husband, one son, Franklin of Cudahy, and four grandchildren. She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Laura Sterzinger of Colby and Mrs. Richard (Martha) Kleinstick of route 3, Edgar.
A brother and two sisters preceded her in death.
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